We Are Not The Enemy
Digi Hartatak tells the story of the counter culture movement and it's inlfuence on our present day situation. He builds on a minimalist drum machine beat with electric bass, guitars and some non intrusive synth work to create the basic song foundation. Adding to that are clips of Timothy Leary and some related and not so related snippets of pop culture along with some elements from NoiseCollector and others at Freesound and CCMisxter including:
"cellos two chords 88 bpm.wav" by "jus"
And a modified version of "Handel (88 BPM)" by "The Suit"
This song was originally planned to have vocals from Deadman so don't blame me for my lame rap skills. My bowstaff skills are top notch though.
January 23, 2012
cover up jihad reviews
tired of seeing al queada videos so im burying the reviews
December 30, 2008
free bong hits
this is the kinda shit you miss when your doin quadratic equations. but it sounds like Digi did the shit killer with out my vs. didgi has a unique rap vocal style, that is reminiscent of a seedy guy standing in front of a strip joint trying to talk passers by into checking out the hot nude girls inside. its like he has a dirty story that only you will understand the humour in.